Situated near the airport, in Sepang, this hotel is close to Mitsui Outlet Park Klia Sepang.
Situated in the gaming and resort oasis of Genting Highlands, this hotel is 1 hour north of Kuala Lumpur in the Titiwangsa Mountains. Scenic Chin Swee Cave Temple is a 10-minute drive.
Surrounded by tropical gardens, this 28-story hotel is 5 minutes on foot to KL Tower and Petronas Twin Towers. Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and Bukit Bintang shopping area are located nearby.
Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is within 16 mi (25 km) of Sepang International Circuit, Putrajaya International Convention Centre, and Seri Gemilang Bridge. Putra Mosque and Putrajaya Independence Square are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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This area of Peninsular Malaysia contains roughly 1,500,000 people.
There are a small number of destinations that are truly world-class, and Kuala Lumpur is one of them because of sights like Petronas Twin Towers and Petaling Street. You'll also find Merdeka Square and the Shah Alam Blue Mosque while you're at it!
Let the kids run amok at Sunway Lagoon Theme Park and Mines Wonderland. Want more? Kuala Lumpur Deer Park and the World of Phalanopsis Orchid Farm will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
Investigate the mysteries of the deep blue sea at Aquaria KLCC and Putrajaya Marina Aquarium.
You can take loads of photos with the leathery lizards and warm-blooded mammals at Kuala Lumpur Bird Park and the National Zoo. Try to arrange a zookeeper presentation at the Farm In The City for a fully comprehensive zoological adventure.
Would you like to learn about some of the local flora? Visit the Lake Gardens or the Taman Botani Tropical Botanical Gardens. Orchid & Hibiscus Gardens and Shah Alam Lake Garden are two more wonderful places to have a stroll around.
Bring along some lunch and relax for while in the quiet, green surroundings of KLCC Park and Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve. You'll also find plenty of space to lay about on the grass at Gasing Hill and Kelana Jaya Lake Park.
If you are wanting some more information about Kuala Lumpur, ask the staff some questions at Royal Selangor Visitor Centre.
Lose yourself in the lovely landscape and listen to the reverberating sounds of bubbling water at Gabai Waterfalls.
Turn off your phone and have a rest from the modern world at Batu Caves and Genting Highlands. Putrajaya Wetlands Park and Titiwangsa Lake Garden are also appreciated by nature enthusiasts.
The area's exhibition spaces are a gold mine of interesting facts and stories. The National Museum and National Science Centre offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Also worth considering are the Bank Negara Money Museum and Pusat Sains Negara National Science Center.
View the eclectic range of gadgets and models at the Petrosains Science Discovery Centre or National Planetarium, an engaging day out for geniuses and amateurs alike.
A haven for art connoisseurs, this area houses an impressive range of spaces in which amateurs and professionals can exhibit their wares. Start your tour of this creative hotspot with a visit to the Islamic Arts Museum and the National Art Gallery. The Kuala Lumpur City Gallery and the Shalini Ganendra Fine Art are also well worth a look if you can squeeze them in.
How can you ever get a handle on the ever-changing future if you have no understanding of the past? Head down to the Muzium Sultan Alam Shah!
The Kota Darul Ehsan Arch and Taman Selatan are certainly worth visiting, even if you're not that into history. When it comes to bygone times, there's always more to discover. The University of Malaya and Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman are also great places to stop by.
Some of the region's most important people have called National Palace and Istana Darul Ehsan "home" over the years. Be sure to get out your camera as you take in their impressive architecture and lavish interiors. You might also like to explore the gardens and hear some stories about Melawati National Palace and the Loke Mansion.
Experience the region's spiritual side and take some time to reflect at the Putra Mosque and the Jamek Mosque. If you'd like to explore more religious sites, head to the National Mosque and St. John's Cathedral.
Before you pack your bags and head home, make sure you check out some of Kuala Lumpur's other attractions. Palace of Justice and Jalan Alor are a couple of good options. Also, contemplate a trip to Seri Wawasan Bridge and Wisma Putra if you've got the time.
You'll discover as many as 648 places to stay in the country's capital. Visit Expedia's Kuala Lumpur hotel guide to find the best deals.
Highly recommended Kuala Lumpur hotels include the Carcosa Seri Negara, located at Taman Tasik Perdana, Pesiaran Mahameru, and The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur, located at 168 Jalan Imbi. Alternatively, The Boulevard - St. Giles Premier Hotel, at Mid Valley City, and the Bunc@Radius Chinatown, at 37 Jalan Petaling, are two accommodations worth considering if you're after a bargain.
One of the highlights of any vacation in Kuala Lumpur is Petronas Twin Towers. If you'd prefer to stay within easy walking distance of the must-see attraction, the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur and the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur are both excellent options.